“The White Slave” because Blood is the Same Color, is a production which narrates the story of Victoria, a woman who everyone knows as a marchioness who arrived in America to marry a prosperous merchant from the region. However, the truth is different, because years back in that same city, she was rescued from death and raised in secret by some slaves who became her family. She was taken from the arms of her loved ones and sent to Spain because according to the society of the time, a white woman could not live with slaves. Victoria is an indomitable woman and she will come back pretending to be someone else to seek justice and liberate her family. This woman is determined to face anyone who gets on her way to free her loved ones from slavery, confront her parent´s killer and reunite with the man she would give her life for. For Victoria everyone is the same color which is why she won’t rest until she claims justice and become heroin. The series has the highest production values, like movie optics with f55 cameras and impeccable art work. The lead role is interpreted by renowned Spanish movie star and Goya award winner Nerea Camacho who is accompanied by a luxury cast with Spanish actor Miguel de Miguel, Venezuelan actor Luciano D’Alessandro, Cuban actor Orian Suarez, Panamanian actress Miroslava del Carmen and Puerto Rican Modesto Lacen, among others.
Okay I kind of had to stop watching after the master whipped his slave and then started making out with her. And she seemed like she was cool with it. I find it a bit disturbing. It's never portrayed like that in North American slavery.
Whites were the first to end slavery in the lands they controlled.
Judging Whites for having slavery is like judging someone for having a
b-hole - everybody has one and every culture had slaves and some still
do. Never mind that Whites were enslaved in America and still are today
in the sex trade internationally. Never mind that 22% of free Blacks and
25% of Jews had slaves in America, we will only judge all Whites for
this institution though at anytime in America only 1 to 5% of Whites had
slaves - and that's pre European immigration of the late 1800's. Never
mind that Whites invented democracy, liberalism and the unprecedented
Bill of Rights. How did Whites get freedoms? - they invented them. They
were not handed to them - they fought a personally financed war. Why
didn't Whites give rights and freedoms to other people after they earned
and invented them? Well, why didn't other cultures give them to
Whites? Preexisting empires of the Chinese, the Arabs, and the
Egyptians did not give freedoms to anyone let alone Whites. On the
other hand Whites have pioneered giving rights to the world. Whites have
created societies where anyone of any stripe or creed can come and
succeed in systems invented and founded by Whites - and you can even
hate Whites while enjoying this unearned privilege and have advantage
over them. It is time that White culture be recognized for their
absolutely unprecedented accomplishments as it relates to human
freedoms. Whites are held to a standard that no other people are in an
area that they actually have the best record in human history -
i'm disappointed..like ALL "The White Slave" shows it was turn to black slaves and nothing more of "The White Slaves" was done but a interracial relationship.
guess i'll keep searching for actual The White Slave videos
+mo Gabriel Dude, saying that most of the evil committed in this world is by whites is just as ignorant & untrue as saying blacks are savages. Get your head out of elitist controlled education & mainstream media, it's a double edged sword. Evil has been being committed by all races for a long time farther back then THEIR education & fictional Hollywood movies will show you. And FYI, the elitist controlled world is about bloodline, not race. Many races are a part of those families so if you are worried about "equality," no worries, they hate blacks & whites equally. They just have set us up differently and have different agendas in how they use us.
What kind of SHIT is this? The Slave Master whips the hell out of the female slave and then she wants to have sex with him??? Seriously? This is so wrong on so many levels; which is why many people seem to have a romanticized view of slavery. Female slaves were raped; which means they did not have sex on their own free will. I see elements of BDSM in this movie and that mixture should never be, especially when dealing with something as serious and REAL as slavery of the African people and diaspora. I am very disgusted and did not watch this film at all once the man and the slave were conspiring to have sex as if she is his Mistress. People are being taught wrongly. This is what happens when some white person tells THEIR perspective and offer their written narrative of slavery. I am disgusted; which is why I have been making my own films now and books to offer up the African American perspective and history as well. Plus I don't usually post a comment on channels like this, but I felt it necessary and maybe this comment will be deleted. It is just wrong to mess around with people's actual history.
Why is this so leave shit even on here still? And this is my Brazilians come to America and have racism towards black people. The women won't even date black man because of this shit!! This needs to be taken down!!
It is disgusting how the European snow chimp romanticize such a tragedy in our history. Rape,murder,molesting,enslaving,kidnapping,seperating families,stealing our land's etc. The European snow chimp are very sick beings. And even today they murder black men women and children rape,kidnap,molest,steal from us etc and do it with no remorse.
Thank you for loading this in English, but could you please upload all the series in English transformation, I really would appreciate it. I saw all the series on you tube, but it was in French, I would really like to hear it in English, I still enjoyed it though.
JO! I'M AFRICAN AND I DIDN'T KNOW THAT THERE ARE BLACK ACTORS IN SOUTH AMERICA. LOL. BUT I HERE THE POPULATION OF BLACKS IN BRAZIL IS EVEN MORE THAN THAT OF THE POTOKISI DESCENDANTS. LMAO. SO IS THIS A MEXICAN DRAMA BECAUSE I BELIEVE THEY ARE SPEAKING SPANISH HERE.
Johnson Moje in Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Jamaica, and more countries in America there are many descendants of Africans and many have music and customs, food of Africa
Johnson Moje This series was recorded in Colombia and is a true story.
This series is not from Mexico, in Mexico there are no blacks, in Mexico most people are descendants of Indians (tribes of America).
in Colombia there are many descendants of Africans and in Colombia they speak African languages, we even listen to African music, here there is no racism, here in Colombia there are multiracial couples.
+white man invented everything u use facts do you know why white farmers rape their pigs on farms , because white farmers think that is their sister because you Filthy pink CUNTS have the same colour skin of a pig 🐖🐖🐖🐷🐖🐷🐖🐖🐖🐷🐖🐷🐖
in India 2018 still there is human slavery.hindu caste based system is a human slavery practiced by an out sider Eurasian upper caste filthy Hindus.read news in social media atrocities on Indian Dalit,which is neglected by Hindu news paper ,, Indian police n politicians.
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.